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Project # Contact PI Funding Organization Fiscal Year
Microvascular function and brain networks: Keys to understanding the vascular burden in dementia
EUJPND-ZonMw-Biessels-1660 Biessels, G.J. Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development 2016
Imaging Dementia: Brain Matters
EUJPND-ZonMw-Niessen-1688 Niessen, W.J. Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development 2016
CAVIA: Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy: Vascular Imaging and fluid markers of Amyloid deposition.
EUJPND-ZonMw-Verbeek-1716 Verbeek, M.M. Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development 2016
Understanding stroke, vascular dementia and cognitive aging through new techniques and models for assessment of cerebral blood flow and cerebrospinal fluid dynamics
EUJPND-SwedishRC-Eklund-1441 Eklund, Anders Swedish Research Council 2016
Small vessel disease in the brain.Hypotension and hypertension as causes of cognitive decline and dementia. Mechanisms and diagnostics for vascular dysregulation and identification of genetic markers.
EUJPND-SwedishRC-Elmståhl-1442 Elmståhl, Sölve Swedish Research Council 2016
The role of cerebral small vessel disease in cognitive aging
EUJPND-SwedishRC-Qiu-1493 Qiu, Chengxuan Swedish Research Council 2016
Retinal vascular biomarkers for AD
AADRF-Golzan-2013 Golzan, Mojtaba Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2013
Cardiac autonomic activity and cognitive function
AADRF-Giblin-2012 Giblin, Louisa Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2012
The Effect of Vascular Risk Factors in the Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type
AADRF-Restrepo-2012 Restrepo, Carolina Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2012
Quantification of vasculature damage and microbleeds using susceptibility weighted imaging with application to normal ageing and Alzheimer’s disease
AADRF-Ward-2012 Ward, Phillip Dementia Australia Research Foundation 2012